The second anthology of queer African creative writing catches and shares the energy and diversity of queer voices in poetry, fiction, memoir, photo-essay, etc.
As the only queer pan-African arts and culture digital magazine of the continent, Q-Zine committed to being authentic, creative, and accessible.
I’m deeply glad to be a contributor of The Creative Writing Issue #2 of Q-zine with my essay ‘Processing the tree’.
You can read the essay (p. 79-83) and the whole issue here :
THE CREATIVE WRITING ISSUE – Q-ZINE
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